Check out this frequently asked questions. Number nine.
Hello and welcome to Tulsa tumble talk with justice tumbling company, the one and only Tulsa tumbling show where we your Jenks tumbling lessons Tulsa tumbling experts. Answer the questions that we get from parents and athletes on a daily basis. We are your hosts, Coulton cruise and rusty breaths slur and we are the owners of justice tumbling company in Tulsa, Oklahoma. All right, now in this episode of frequently asked questions, this is number nine f a. Q. That’s right. We’re going to be going over three questions that, um, is a perfect segue into our Jenks tumbling lessons next five. Count them one, two, three, four, five topics. Um, and what are they over? And uh, it’s all about evaluations, um, being in the right class at the right time and not expecting to be in a class that you think you should be in, but understanding that there’s a place and a class that best suits your skills.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve got friends there or you got a sister there or it just doesn’t fit with your Jenks tumbling lessons schedule. Um, we try to accommodate everybody by having multiple classes of multiple levels. Uh, but we can’t always make one just because none of the other times don’t work with you. So, um, question number one, why is my child being moved down? Now this is a sensitive subject I think because whenever a kid is in a class, they’re, um, they’re, they get comfortable in that class. But that doesn’t mean that they’re going to stay in that class.
So there can be a couple of reasons. The reason one is if you got moved up and then you are losing skills, you can have you blocked or something or the skills that it requires to be in that class, you don’t have anymore. That is one that you will get pulled aside and asked. You need to go back one level and regain those skills, regress, regain that confidence and then move back up. And I thought about that.
No, no. And I think that’s a, that is a, one of the reasons that apparent would understand. One of the reasons parents may not understand is that if you are not keeping up with the skills that you’ve learned all through our Jenks tumbling lessons other classes or, um, the, the skills that were required to be in that class in the first place, if you’re not able to do those skills anymore or they’re slacking, if you’re not focusing on those little ones that you’ve already passed, then that is a, a big reason to get moved back down, get up, put a little bit more emphasis on those, those more novice skills and, uh, those lower level skills and, and, and get back up into that level, move back up when the, within the next month or something. Um, here’s the thing is that kids always think that it’s like, it’s like almost assumed that whenever they move up, they’ll never be told to fix their backhand spring again, or they’ll never be told to, to, um, change their round off.
And that’s just simply not the case. Uh, we have kids who, um, are working folds with other gyms and with us, they’re only working back tax because their technique is just completely off. And, and they’re okay with that because they see the progress that they’re making. Um, it’s important to remember that whenever you’re in the class that is designed for your Jenks tumbling lessons skill level, you will progress much more quickly. If you are too far. If you’re in a class that’s much more advanced than you are, then not only are you holding other kids back because that coach is having to spend a little bit more extra time setting up different drills for you, but you also are kind of, you’re, you’re definitely holding yourself back because you’re seeing these other kids get new skills and uh, you look like you wanted to chime in.
Definitely. Yeah. When setting up your class, your Sadam cloth or drills dedicated for that cloud. So if, and we used to be able to set up drills personalized, but Asbury are getting busier and busier. We have people on wait lists for classes. Um, we don’t have room to set up those specialized, we only have room to set up drills that are designed for that class. And if you’re, if you’re not able to do those drills, like you said it, it’s uncomfortable for you. It’s harder for you to progress. It’s a slower progression. So like we said, we love every athlete that comes in. We’re looking for what’s best for every athlete. And um, so moving down, it should never be a punishment. It’s just, it’s going to be what’s better for their all around cheerleading.
Yes. Their growth in their confidence as well. You might think that, um, that’s going to be like the worst move ever for your Jenks tumbling lessons kid, but I promise you their confidence will grow once they get back into that class. And what’s going to happen is if we did keep them in the class that they were originally in, um, then they’re going to see their friends go eat, you know, move on and, and they’re going to be stuck.
No, they’re not moving on that class anyways. And that’s what our Jenks tumbling lessons question number two feeds right into that. Cause yeah, it’s, we’ve gotten this same question about moving up. Why does my athlete have to move at this time is perfect for us. Why do we have to find a different time? This works with our Jenks tumbling lessons scheduled. But same thing, if your athlete is ready to move out, they have mastered all the skills that are required of whatever cost there in sitting back. That class is going to hinder them and slow the process down because the same thing, we might be able to work a little bit more skills but that class has certain skills we’re aiming to work. So the drills we set up aren’t going to be as beneficial for that athlete anymore.
Yeah. Um, and you have to look at it this way. We have multiple of, of the same class on different days at different times. Um, hopefully one of those days does work for you guys if it, if it doesn’t, we have open, we have open gyms, we’ve got lots of things to accommodate you guys. But um, it’s really important to know that if you, if you’re being asked to move up, it’s, it’s a, uh, it’s more of a requirement than just a suggestion. Um, so just remember that.
And also if none of the classes work for you, let us know. Because we are constantly updating the schedule to where if you let us know, well none of these work but this time kind of wood, if we can make that work when we’re updating the schedule, we’ll add that class for you.
Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Um, and then our Jenks tumbling lessons third and final question is, my child wants to be in a class with their friends or we see it all the time where kids will come in, um, with other friends and they’re completely two different levels and it’s, and it’s clear. Um, unfortunately we cannot accommodate you guys, uh, for just wanting to be in a class with your friend.
And the reason is is we have a curriculum. We run it a lot like a school curriculum. Um, just like in school, some math, there were some kids have friends who are older than them. They don’t get to go to those older kid classes with their friends. Yeah. Um, we try to, like you said, we have classes where there’s multiple classes going on at the same time. So hopefully you can work it to be in the gym at the same time as your friend. But same thing, I promise you will learn faster and the correct class, make friends with the kids in the class that you’re supposed to be and make new friends at. The faster you learn, then you can get into your class with your friends.
Right? And, and that’s one thing that I’ve, and we’ve mentioned it before on the podcast, um, but seeing people who are completely different schools, um, who, uh, become really close friends and support each other during the class and cheer each other on, it’s really, really awesome. We love seeing that. And, uh, so we, we might ask you to step out of your comfort zone, come into a class that you may not know anybody, but I promise you it’ll be worth it. Um, because that is what is the justice difference is that, uh, you, you’re able to step out of your comfort zone and get new skills like crazy. So anyway, this has been frequently questions number nine,
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